VMSA 360v

Thursday, Feb 25, 2021

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Virtual Dialogue: 2:00 - 3:15 ET
Virtual One-on-One Meetings: 3:30 - 4:30 ET

FREE Tickets available for Enterprise Buyers. 50% off for ClubVMSA members.

VMSA 360v offers real-time market intelligence and insights on the state of the Contingent Workforce ecosystem among Buyers, MSPs and Suppliers of Labor. The format is one keynote, two small groups and five private video 1-1 meetings.

Dialogue and Breakout on Topics such as:

  • The 2021 challenge – realizing cost savings without forfeiting quality with Guidant Global
  • Are you working with the right VMS or MSP? with Draper Jones
  • Enterprise Innovations in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with Genesis10
  • Pre-placement Quality Analytics for the Extended Workforce with Glider
  • Nurturing & Growing your MSP Partnerships with Mitchell Martin / Dale Workforce

During VMSA 360v the CW ecosystem will be seen from several vantage points including:

  • Keynote Panel of Talent Experts
  • Sponsor-led Enterprise-only Breakouts with 4+ people on trending topics
  • One-on-one privately selected video meetings between peers, partners or prospects. You request and accept on your own terms.

Gather real-time best practices, not archaic research. Gain insight on trends and industry changes from peers. Access and connect with your community in a convenient user-driven manner.

Forge new alliances in private 1:1 meetings at VMSA 360v., M

Professional Facilitation

75-mins of dialogue with takeaways and actions

60-minutes of 1:1 Meetings

5 12-min private Video Meetings

Enterprise-only Breakouts

Enterprise-only small group breakouts

FREE Tickets Available

Free for Enterprise Buyers

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Program (ET timing)

  • 1:45 Pre-event Networking
  • 2:00 Welcome
  • 2:05 Keynote: Brian Salkowski, COO, Guidant Global
  • 2:20 Small Group Breakouts including Enterprise-only
  • 2:45 Polling & Break
  • 2:50: Breakouts repeat and open for all to attend
  • 3:15: Zoom Program Ends
  • 3:30 1-1 Networking 12-minute meetings (Up to 5 Meetings)
  • 4:30 Program concludes


Featured Attendees

Enterprise Procurement & Talent Acquisition

Abby Burton

JPMorgan Chase & Co.

Cecilia Velázquez

Colgate-Palmolive

Fayez Nathoo

Marsh & McLennan

James Hong

Walmart

Jean-Marie Medina

DTCC

Jeff Turnage

SUEZ

Jeremy Kruse

CME Group

Jessica Wall

Sage Therapeutics

Kathy Padilla

Citi

Kathlyn Desilos

S&P Global

Keisha Stephens

Splunk

Lorna Pluto

The Kraft Heinz Company

Lysa Marcouillier

Applied Materials

Maria Jimenez

Sony PlayStation

Maureen Welsh

Charter

Michael Ackerman

Anthem

Michael Schiappa

formerly MetLife

Micheal Sittler

Enbridge

Nick Clagnaz

Broadridge Financial Solutions

Steve LaRochelle

KPMG

Victor Waycuilis

Cox Communications

Managed Service Providers (MSPs)

Aaron Cohen

Workforce Logiq

Ali Crea

Guidant Global

Andrew Freundt

Pontoon Solutions

Ann Mallory

DAHL Consulting

Brian Salkowski

Guidant Global

Craig Huntley

Hays Talent Solutions

Danielle O'Neill

Yoh

Erin Moore

Allegis Global Solutions

Geoff Dubiski

Workforce Logiq

Janet Whitcomb

Volt Consulting

Jeff Hildreth

GRI

Jody Mohammed

GRI

Jon De Feo

Allegis Global Solutions

Judy Jebavy

Volt Consulting

Karen Maarouf

Workforce Logiq

Mackenzie Corbin

Allegis Global Solutions

Maria Boyse

Allegis Global Solutions

Monica Schnitzer

Guidant Global

Rachel Harrington

nextSource

Raphael Amba

Allegis Global Solutions

Robin Sanders

Guidant Global

Salema Rice

GRI

Steve Dern

Evaluent Talent Solutions

Tina Brummel

Guidant Global

Solution Providers

Andy Langfelder

Mitchell Martin

Cheryl Tracz

Draper Jones

Gus Samra

JobDiva

Mark Brodsky

Glider

Sarah Martin

Dale WorkForce Solutions

Satish Kumar

Glider

Valerie Quinata

Genesis10

Professional Facilitators & Organizers

Jim Coughlin, ClubVMSA

Jeannine Parise, ClubVMSA

Enterprise

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